For me, By Hook or By Crook is one if the top movies I've seen in this class just because the main characters didn't seem to be based upon stereotypes. Their sexuality didn't interfere with the plot of the film and the plot wasn't based on their sexualities. Although I think the movie itself was underdeveloped in some ways, such as their petty crime schemes and each of their romantic interests I still thought the movie got a good point across. I've found that the movies I've liked best that we've watched were the ones that were not too excessive or based on stereotypes. I think my favorite film was Brokeback Mountain, but I wish the ending would have been a bit different and more of a happily ever after type ending. Just because we haven't seen too many of those types in our class. I think the next step in queer filmmaking should simply be a higher quality and quantity of them. I'd like to go to a movie theater and have the option to see at least two or three queer films instead of one or none like it is today. I think the more prominent queer films are, the quicker society will be to accept them as apart of everyday life.